Greek Letter Organizations
African-American Fraternal & Sororal Association (AAFSA)
The African-American Fraternal & Sororal Association (AAFSA) is the governing body of the historically Black Greek Letter Organizations at Stanford. It is an opportunity for the various members to come together to create a yearly program schedule while serving as an open forum for collaboration.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Xi Beta Chapter
The Xi Beta Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. was chartered on the campus of Stanford University on June 25, 1981. In the years that have followed, members of the chapter have continued to uphold the fundamental tenents of the sorority, engage in meaningful, direct service with the intention of uplifting the community, and fulfill the legacy of excellence set by their predecessors.
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Nu Sigma Chapter
On the Stanford campus the Nu Sigma chapter was founded in 1978. It continues the national tradition of tight fraternal bonds, ground-breaking innovation and service to the African-American community and humankind as a whole. The chapter brothers can frequently be seen together throughout campus—at cultural events, parties and community service events.
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Omicron Chi Chapter
The Omicron Chi Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. was chartered in 1983. It is a city-wide chapter encompassing women from Stanford University, Santa Clara University and the College of Notre Dame. Since Omicron Chi's inception, the women of the chapter have involved themselves in projects that help empower and uplift the African American community.
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc., Lambda Nu Chapter
The Lambda Nu chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, In. was chartered in 1983 on Stanford and Santa Clara campuses to uphold the fraternity's fundamental purpose of achievement. We focus our pursuits on advancing a strong tradition of excellence, service and brotherhood, as we sculpt the leaders of the next generation and uplift our fellow man. Through our various local and national programs, we create an environment that not only strengthens the bonds within the African American community but provides a foundation for progress.